As your Big Day draws near, it’s natural to feel frazzled and overwhelmed by all of the details you need to take care of. This is why a girls’ night out with your BFFs is so important to keep you energised and pumped up for your Wedding! Also, it’s a great way for your bridesmaids to get to know each other better before your wedding. Usually, the Hen’s night is organised by the Maid of Honour, so be sure to share our 10 ideas for Hen’s Night Party in Singapore with them!
- So You Think You Can Dance
For those who like to get their groove on, Slap Dance Studio’s pole dancing classes would be the perfect match for you—a sultry, heart-pumping 90 minutes’ work of workout at 5-10 girls for $300 and 11-20 girls for $400, 1 complimentary bottle of prosecco provided. All in the run-up for the workout on that big night.
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2. MasterChef a.k.a Impress The In-laws
Cookyn Inc’s materializes that dream you’ve ever had of whipping up the perfect dish— while in the past you might have specialized only in instant noodles and fried eggs, fret not, you’ll learn new recipes and prepare a four-course meal at their private kitchen, and are in good shape to please the in-laws.
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3. Shopaholic Hits SG
At Robinsons, The Heeren, they take your shopping seriously—grab some besties and indulge in the Personal Shopper service provided. With a private lounge area and two private suites with a capacity of 15 people each, and a Personal Shopper to guide you along, shoes, accessories, and all, the day is set to be a very good one. For the finishing touch, count on their neighbouring hair salon The Scene to tame those unruly tresses.
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4. Thrill Factor
For those who love their adrenaline rush (and are fortunate enough to not have acrophobia), take “flight” on MegaZip. Coupled with the beautiful scenery, it is sure to be a memorable experience. The Tiger Package offers bang for the buck at only $70 for three exciting adventures- MegaZip, ParaJump, and ClimbMax.
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5. Doggy Company
With an increasing number of pets being abandoned out on our streets, animal welfare organizations are actively seeking volunteers—one such non-profit organization is Action for Singapore Dogs, armed with the mission of improving the welfare of both stray and abandoned dogs here. Volunteers are welcomed every Saturday from 12 through 3pm, with some cleaning up, play and walk time in order.
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6. Party Babes
Whatever your preference may be- quiet quality time with your clique, or a full-on rowdy affair of partying—Tanjong Beach Club has everything to cater to your needs. Lounge on day beds while basking in the warmth of the sun, party on with girlfriends on the second floor mezzanine, or sip a tropical cocktail by the poolside. A Full Moon party is held three times a year, 12-hour non-stop partying sessions for some crazy fun.
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7. Sparty On
The Luxe House offers sparties, a combination of the word “spa” and “party”, specially designed for a hangout-and-relaxation session. Each treatment room accommodates 3 to 4 ladies, and packages which include food and drinks are customizable upon request. In addition, discover the perks of being a female with their Woman’s Wellness Program.
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8. Humour Me
Stand-up humour with happy hour drinks, anyone? Well, that’s possible at Comedy Masala, which features weekly stand-up comedy nights every Tuesday. Reservations for a group of 4 or more are at $15 per person, so laugh away with the best of up-and-coming comedians in Asia.
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9. Superstar Wannabe
Belt out Jay Chou and Adele at KSuites, with party rooms that have pool tables, board games, and even Playstations! They also have a full wine and dine menu and various themed karaoke rooms such as Cottage of Angels, Crazy Pink Suites, Dynasty and more! You can choose from bed suites, karaoke suites and party suites depending on the theme of your night out!
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10. Set Sail
Unwind on Singapore’s very own Maldives, in the forms of nearby Lazarus and Seringat Islands. Set sail on the sea with a glitzy yacht from Island Yacht Charters; a 4-hour day cruise starts from $1,000 on weekdays and $1,200 on weekends. Facilities on-board include a BBQ grill, water sports equipment, karaoke system and complimentary soft drinks—we say cheers to that.
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By: Quek Yoke Ling